'The Voice': Gavin Rossdale Told To Speak Up To Help Win Contestants, Reveals Daughter Daisy Lowe

Apparently his softly spoken manner is to blame for his depleted team.

18/01/2017 09:11 | Updated 18 January 2017

Gavin Rossdale’s stint on ‘The Voice’ hasn’t exactly got off to a flying start, and it now seems bosses told him to speak up, after failing to win acts over the other coaches. 

The Bush frontman’s daughter, Daisy Lowe, has revealed producers told him the contestants couldn’t hear his pitches for them to join his team. 

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Gavin Rossdale

Daisy’s admission could explain why so far in the series, Gavin has won just three of the 11 singers he has turned around for during the blind auditions.

The ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ star, who didn’t realise Gavin was her father until the age of 15, added: “I can’t wait to get down to the live shows to support him.

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Diasy Lowe

Gavin’s co-stars Jennifer Hudson, Sir Tom Jones and will.i.am are not struggling to win contestants for their team like he is, so far bagging over 50% of the singers they turn for. 

Earlier this week, it was claimed Black Eyed Peas frontman Will threatened to quit the show when it was revealed Gavin was joining. 

Gavin joined 'The Voice' for its sixth series, currently airing on ITV

He was said to have felt loyalty to Gavin’s ex-wife Gwen Stefani, who he acrimoniously split from in 2015. 

‘The Voice’ continues on Saturday (21 January) at 8pm on ITV.

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